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Off-duty Tucson police officer fired after a fatal shooting

Tucson police officer has been fired after he was accused of fatally shooting a 61-year-old man in a wheelchair, authorities said Tuesday.Police announced at a news conference Tuesday that Officer Ryan Remington was terminated for excessive use of force as the victim was shot nine times on Nov.

29.Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus said he was "deeply disturbed and troubled" by Remington’s actions and the case is under review by the Pima County Attorney’s Office.Tucson Mayor Regina Romero said Remington’s actions were "unconscionable and indefensible" and the County Attorney’s Office has her full support as they proceed with their investigation.It was unclear Tuesday if Remington has a lawyer.Police said Remington, a four-year veteran, was

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Tucson police officer has been fired after he was accused of fatally shooting a 61-year-old man in a wheelchair, authorities said Tuesday.Police announced at a news conference Tuesday that Officer Ryan Remington was terminated for excessive use of force as the victim was shot nine times on Nov.
Government of Saskatchewan has moved to prevent employers from being sued for implementing measures found in the Public Employers’ COVID-19 Emergency Regulations or the Employers’ COVID-19 Emergency Regulations.The Saskatchewan Employment Act was amended Tuesday to say that “no action or proceeding lies or shall be commenced or maintained against an employer” if that employer acts in good faith to implement the above regulations.“That’s being done generally across North America,” said Labour Relations Minister Don Morgan, adding that the legislation isn’t limited to employee vaccine mandates.“It’s broad general thing that would cover anything related to COVID-19 — signage, lack of signage, whatever else might reasonably arise from it.

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